Black Friday…Stay Home…
Black Friday…Stay Home…
/ November 23, 2020 0 COMMENTS
Just thought this pretty tactless flyer that plopped into my mailbox today ...
Hubs’ Field…My Field…
Hubs’ Field…My Field…
/ October 6, 2020 0 COMMENTS
For me, the epitome of an English garden is one that looks tangly and wild… those lovely little cottage gardens, over-run with wisteria and clambering roses, bursting with colour ...
Sophie’s One…
Sophie’s One…
/ October 2, 2020 1 COMMENTS
Our beautiful grand-daughter, Sophie, celebrated her first birthday recently and we had her party in Farmersville at the city park, In true McNeny-style… Picnics R Us! A mess of ...
A Short Trip…
A Short Trip…
/ September 30, 2020 0 COMMENTS
To get away from the pandemic…or at least how it’s playing out in our neck of the woods, Hubs and I packed two small cases and headed to Colorado. We were going to drive, we ...
The Promise of Tomorrow…
The Promise of Tomorrow…
/ September 15, 2020 0 COMMENTS
As the days turned into weeks, and the weeks months, and the months look as though they’re going to make the year with businesses saying they’re not going to bring employees ...
Agape…
Agape…
/ September 10, 2020 0 COMMENTS
One of my students is seven. We use manipulatives for math…I’m not very good with them but she is a whiz and happily takes on the role of teacher when I flounder. She has ...
Power Out & Afghan Caves…
Power Out & Afghan Caves…
/ September 1, 2020 0 COMMENTS
Living in the country we definitely get more power outages than in the city. Hubs has always been affronted when the house goes dark while we’re still up, he jumps on the phone ...
Gratitude Practise…
Gratitude Practise…
/ August 28, 2020 1 COMMENTS
As a Christian when I practise yoga I use it as a moving meditation. It settles my mind and strengthens my body while keeping me reflective and flexible. It’s a time to pray while ...
Nature at Her Very Best Too…
Nature at Her Very Best Too…
/ August 25, 2020 0 COMMENTS
At the end of July it had begun to get hotter and my flowers were beginning to wilt expecting me to water them a couple of times a week. Tomatoes and squash were still giving in their ...
Lost and Found…
Lost and Found…
/ August 19, 2020 1 COMMENTS
Luke’s gospel is being read at church and recently we’ve listened to the parables of the lost coin, the lost sheep (Luke 15: 1-10) and the lost son, better known as The ...
Nature at Her Very Best…
Nature at Her Very Best…
/ August 14, 2020 0 COMMENTS
I tend to my thirsty and rather impressive Zinnia beds still beautiful at the start of August, having bloomed since the middle of April. “Anyone can grow Zinnia,” Daughts ...